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Holy rocket ship! Ahh, the wonderment that is the late 1960s Japanese guitars. We just can’t get enough. This is just one of the coolest and most bizarre of all the Japanese guitars from the late 1960s, the Kingston Flying Wedge. At this time in Japanese guitar history, Kawai had purchased Tiesco which lead to one of the coolest times for electric guitars. This new model has a 24 3/4" scale, available with STD stop tail or DLX tremolo. Bolt-on maple neck, zero fret, master volume and tone controls with individual pickup selector switches. For those of you in the know, Dan Auerbach has been playing out with one of these in his new project, The Arcs. Here is a video of the original!
The Gibson Classic Strap provides the utmost in comfrot and durability. Made of top quality, die-cut saddle leather with a suede backing, this strap will only improve with age. Simple,...
From Pedaltrain: Pedaltrain’s all-new Classic Series is rooted in the company’s best-selling pedal board models. Pedaltrain has incorporated design improvements that make these models better than ever. The Classic 2...
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NYXL1149 is designed with larger gauges for players who prefer moderate flexibility and a full, beefy tone.D'Addario NYXL guitar strings will bend farther, sing louder, and stay in tune better...
Mono M80 Guitar Sleeve The Guitar Sleeve™ is the latest addition to MONO's collection of professional luggage for musicians. Designed to be a minimalist solution for traveling light and simple,...
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